Are you looking for an evening with great entertainment, refreshments, good company and the ability to go home with an individual piece of pottery? Look no further, do we have the event for you.
Celebrate Ceramics is a fundraising event for the Kawartha Potters Guild. Join us on Friday April 8, 2022 at the Lion’s Club in Peterborough, Ontario. Tickets are $75.00. Everyone who purchases an Event Ticket will be entered into a draw. Throughout the evening, Event Tickets will be drawn at random. When the ticket holder’s number is drawn, that person can choose one pottery item from those displayed to take home! If that is not enough, all ticket holders will receive a complimentary glass of wine, refreshments and entertainment. You can bring a guest for $25.00, but they will not be eligible for the pottery draw.
To support this fundraiser, the Kawartha Potters Guild has received donations of pottery from our Guild members and from potters throughout Ontario including Teresa Dunlop, Naomi Clement, Monika Schaefer, Anne Chambers, Thom Lambert, Thomas Aitken and Kate Hyde. The Guild has also received sponsorship from a number of local businesses including Empirical Assessment Solutions, Summit Terrace, Peterborough Gardens, AYA Kitchen Designs, and Cornerstone family Dentistry. We are most grateful for the support from our local businesses as well as other Ontario potters.
All funds raised will assist the growth of the ceramic arts community by helping to promote and foster the creativity of ceramic artists and the ceramic arts community. Funds raised will also support ceramic arts education for all ages and skills in Peterborough and the Kawarthas.
So come join us for a fun social evening, admire (and take home) some really stunning ceramic works. If you have any questions about purchasing tickets (they are available in our Pottery Shop), please call us at 705-742-4979 or contact our Administrator.
Tickets for Celebrate Ceramics, KPG’s fundraiser, will be available during our Holiday Show & Sale. This is the perfect gift for those hard to buy for folks, or as a thank you gift for that special person on your Christmas shopping list. What a great chance for you to offer someone a one-of-a-kind gift while supporting the KPG!
What is Celebrate Ceramics you ask? In support of fostering, educating, and promoting ceramic arts and artists, the Kawartha Potters Guild is holding a fundraiser on Friday April 8, 2022. Each Event Ticket holder, when their number is randomly drawn, will be able to choose a pottery item to take home with them. If you want to bring a friend or partner along with you, Guest Tickets are available. This is a great gift idea while supporting the local ceramic arts community.
Tickets are $75 (guest tickets are $25) which entitles the ticket holder to a beautiful piece of pottery of their choice, complimentary wine and appetizers, live music and an evening of fun and entertainment! Celebrate Ceramics is on Friday April 8, 2022 at the Lions Club on Burnham St. in Peterborough.
Expanding on the Kawartha Potters Guild successful tribute to the Vimy Ridge Trillium project, the Guild is delighted to announce a Fundraising Campaign featuring our Ontario Trillium. These beautifully crafted bowls and plates, by local potters, are available for sale at $29.00 each. These Trilliums are functional and food safe dinner ware, making wonderful gifts: for housewarmings, visitors, showers or just a keepsake for yourself.
The fundraising efforts will assist the Guild to continue offering classes to the public, allow our members to grow as artists, and the Pottery Shop to offer locally made gifts. Shop Local, Support Local during this difficult time in our history.
To order, please contact our Administrator and make sure to include TRILLIUM in the subject line. Please indicate whether you wish a plate or a bowl (and how many). You will be contacted via email when items are ready for pick up and you will have the opportunity to choose the perfect one (s) for you. Pay via Visa/MC or cash/cheque once you choose your own individual Trilliums.